Monday, October 15, 2012

Review: Forever and a Day, by Jill Shalvis

Grace never thought she'd be starting her life over from scratch, and certainly not in Lucky Harbor. Her various jobs in the coastal town are not what she dreamed up, but they have brought her in contact with the hot Dr. Josh Scott. With so many depending on him, Josh has no time for anything else. Except when the beautiful Grace gets past his resolve, he starts wanting to make time and rearrange his life.

I've loved these Lucky Harbor novels from page one. This is book 6, and didn't disappoint. If you haven't followed them, these are stand alone reads, but I recommend reading them all in order. I think of all the heroes, Josh takes the cake in deserving happiness. He raised his disabled sister after his parents died, and is a single dad now that his wife deserted them. Plus, a doctor who takes care of everyone but himself. This book was not without Shalvis' usual hilarity, but this held more of an emotional punch than the others. And as always, the secondary characters, setting, and romance were spot on. Not to be missed!

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